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Keep Your Greek - Blog Tour

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Keep Your Greek This week marks the Keep Your Greek blog tour. 

Keep Your Greek by Constantine R. Campbell is intended to help those of us who, after leaving Bible College or Seminary, let our Greek become rusty and eventually unusable. 

In small manageable steps Keep Your Greek lays out methods you can use to get back the language you spend countless hours studying, and even improve on where you once were.

So far reviews have come in from the following blogs, and if you have written a review and don’t see it here just comment below and we will add you to the list! 

Against Nothingness

All Purpose Grind

Beggars All 

Bible Geek Gone Wild

Deliver Detroit

Doctrines of Grace

Elementary...My Dear Watson

For the Gospel 

Fundamentally Reformed

Greek and Hebrew

Jason's Exodus 

Jessica’s Musings 

In the House of My God

In Thy Light

Man with a GNT

mgpcpastor's blog

Musings by Dr. Pegler

Nauvoo Pastor

Reading Acts

Seeing Clearly

Simul lustus et Peccator

Sphodra - Exceedingly

Student Minister 

Studium et Liturgica

Theological Musings

The Um Blog

Tiger's Got My Back

Till He Comes

Training for Godliness

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